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Creating a table for your WordPress database requires a considerable amount of time. Wordpress Codex has an article with a step by step guide on how to do this, which basically consists of creating a plugin and adding the functions to create a table and trigger the function on plugin install. 1. Creating the Tables: Thew function is this one: <?php ...


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You should avoid adding new tables or customising the existing tables to add fields for users. If you want to store a phone number etc, do it using user meta: add_user_meta( $user_id, 'riccardo_phone_number', '0123-456-7890' ); .... $phone_number = get_user_meta( $user_id ); User meta is a key and a value with a post ID in the database. There is no need ...


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You unserialize() it. Be aware that most WordPress functions will automatically unserialize() database content before using it. See, for example, the Used By list for maybe_unserialize(). This is by no mean an exhaustive list, I'm sure. But if you're retrieving data directly from the database -- because there's not a WordPress function to achieve what you ...


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Look at this code public function column_default( $item, $column_name ) { switch ( $column_name ) { case 'address': case 'city': return $item[ $column_name ]; default: return print_r( $item, true ); //Show the whole array for.... } } Since you are only trying to render user_id , browser and ...



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